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With revised IPO pitch, Artiva touts ‘natural killer’ cell therapy for autoimmune disease

July 1, 2024

Like many of its cell therapy peers, Artiva reshuffled its strategy hoping to ride a recent wave of investor interest in autoimmune disease research.

The company is one of a number of biotechs to emerge in recent years to develop so-called allogeneic or “off-the-shelf” cell therapies, which are thought of as convenient, easier-to-manufacture alternatives to the personalized CAR-T treatments used on a handful of blood cancers. Unlike those therapies, Artiva’s are harvested from donor cells. They’re also made from NK cells, which have different characteristics than the immune cells involved in CAR-T therapy.

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